OMV to boost makret share in Serbia to 20%.

By bne IntelliNews September 21, 2010
Austrian oil and gas group OMV seeks to boost its market share in the Serbian oil derivatives market from the current 15% to 20%, OMV's Serbian CEP Borislav Radosavljevic stated. Radosavljevic said that OMV owns some 60 filling stations across the country and employs more than 1,300 workers. He also said that the Austrian company was ready for the liberalisation of the local oil derivatives market, adding that as of January 1, 2011 OMV will sell two types of fuels currently not produced in Serbia. OMV set up its Serbian subsidiary OMV Serbia in July 2001.

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